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So Much Things to Say: The Oral History of Bob Marley

Author : Roger Steffens
Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
Page : 388 pages
File Size : 36,63 MB
Release : 2017-07-11
Category : Music
ISBN : 0393634795


“Reggae’s chief eyewitness, dropping testimony on reggae’s chief prophet with truth, blood, and fire.” —Marlon James, Man Booker Prize–winning author Renowned reggae historian Roger Steffens’s riveting oral history of Bob Marley’s life draws on four decades of intimate interviews with band members, family, lovers, and confidants—many speaking publicly for the first time. Hailed by the New York Times Book Review as a “crucial voice” in the documentation of Marley’s legacy, Steffens spent years traveling with the Wailers and taking iconic photographs. Through eyewitness accounts of vivid scenes—the future star auditioning for Coxson Dodd; the violent confrontation between the Wailers and producer Lee Perry; the attempted assassination (and conspiracy theories that followed); the artist’s tragic death from cancer—So Much Things to Say tells Marley’s story like never before. What emerges is a legendary figure “who feels a bit more human” (The New Yorker).

Through Marley’s Eyes

Author : Carla Shepard
Publisher : AuthorHouse
Page : 183 pages
File Size : 42,47 MB
Release : 2021-01-29
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 1665513284


“Through Marley’s Eyes” is a true story about a woman who lived an incredibly hard life dealing with mental illness, drugs and alcohol, depression child molestations, rape, sexual assaults. She takes you on a journey and shows you how spirituality played a major role in her healing. Let her PTSD service dog Mr. Marley share the story of his momma (Carla) through his eyes, eyes of compassion.

Marley's Ghost

Author : Brian Katcher
Publisher : Crossroad Press
Page : 271 pages
File Size : 33,58 MB
Release : 2022-08-02
Category : Young Adult Fiction
ISBN : 163789855X


Marley was dead to begin with… When Marley died in a freak motorcycle accident, no one took it harder than his two nephews, Aaron and Kyler. Seventeen-year-old Aaron, who was adopted from China via a religious charity, worries that the heaven he was taught about is not for sinners like his uncle. But how could a benevolent God refuse a nice guy like Marley? And if being a nice guy is all that it takes to get into heaven, why bother to go to church? And is it wrong to even think such thoughts, especially now that he’s starting to date Vanessa, the most faithful girl in the youth group? Meanwhile, fifteen-year-old Kyler has lost the only person who ever treated him like a normal kid. Always in fragile health, Kyler is constantly babied by his family. His uncle was the only adult who didn’t treat him like he would break. Marley encouraged Kyler to take risks, to be assertive, and to maybe ask out Jessica, his long time crush. Now that Marley is gone, Kyler is doomed to more years of ointments, noise-cancelling headphones, and gluten-free snacks. How is this fair? When closing down Marley’s fishing cabin, the cousins discover some geographic coordinates that point to a location in a South Carolina swamp. They’re probably nothing…except someone has started following the boys, trying to get those papers. Something is in that swamp. Something Marley buried there. Something big. Accompanied by Vanessa and Jessica, the boys head off on a Maine to South Carolina road trip to discover Marley’s legacy, and maybe to say good bye to their uncle in their own way. *** “Marley might be gone, but the adventure has just begun—an adventure that will allow Kyler and Aaron to explore what it means to be brave and good. An adventure that will teach them what it means to believe—and that the most important belief is in themselves.” —Holly Schindler, author of the award-winning A Blue So Dark

Jacob Marley's Christmas Carol

Author : Tom Mula
Publisher : Dog Ear Publishing
Page : 130 pages
File Size : 26,75 MB
Release : 2010-11
Category :
ISBN : 1608448355


"Scrooge? I have to redeem old Scrooge? The one man I knew who was worse than I was? Impossible I'll never be able to..." DICKENS ONLY GAVE US part of the story Chained, shackled, and condemned to a hellish eternity, Ebenezer Scrooge's mean, sour, pruney old business partner has only one chance to free himself: to escape his own chains, he must first redeem Scrooge. So begins a journey of laughter and terror, redemption and renewal, during which Scrooge's heart, indeed, is opened; but not before Marley-in this irreverent, funny and deeply moving story-discovers his own. Jacob Marley's Christmas Carol was originally published in 1995 by Adams Media; it was immediately a Chicago Tribune bestseller. The audio version was broadcast nationwide on National Public Radio for six seasons. The play premiered in 1998 at Chicago's Goodman Theatre and won a handful of awards. It has received hundreds of productions worldwide. "Marley's Christmas? Impossible But you did it " -Ray Bradbury ..".Nothing less than an anthem to human nature, to imagination, and to the wonder of a compelling story told by a wondrous storyteller..." -Chicago Tribune TOM MULA has been an awardwinning actor, director, and playwright for more than 30 years. He spent seven seasons (and over 400 performances) as the Goodman Theatre's Scrooge.

Wailing Blues - The Story of Bob Marley's Wailers

Author : John Masouri
Publisher : Omnibus Press
Page : 600 pages
File Size : 33,25 MB
Release : 2009-11-11
Category : Music
ISBN : 0857120352


This full-blooded story of The Wailers puts the life, music and death of the legendary Bob Marley into a razor-sharp new perspective. The Wailers played with Marley on all of the hit singles and albums that made him a legend, yet their story since his death is a little-known saga of betrayal, greed and murder that is told here in its entirety for the first time. Written in collaboration with Aston 'Family Man' Barrett and other surviving band members, the book explores Marley's colourful journey from downtown Kingston onto the world stage. It covers the assassination attempt on Marley's life, his exile in London, the kidnapping and decapitation of the Barretts' father, and the death by gunfire of both Peter Tosh and drummer Carlton Barrett. Bitter acrimony followed Marley's own death from cancer as the iconic singer's legacy was parlayed into a multi-million dollar industry.

Bob Marley

Author : Stephen Davis
Publisher : Doubleday Books
Page : 320 pages
File Size : 43,72 MB
Release : 1985
Category : Reggae music


Marley's Memoir: the Journey to an Irreversible Action and the Aftermath

Author : Majendi Jarrett
Publisher : WestBow Press
Page : 101 pages
File Size : 28,43 MB
Release : 2022-06-22
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 1664268723


When Marley’s mum gave birth to him in 2002, she had a lot of ambitions for her second son. A cutie from a baby with promising artistic talent, she never imagined that he would struggle with social anxiety to the extent that it would change him from a fun-loving son to someone almost unrecognisable in character and personality. In Marley’s Memoir: The Journey to an Irreversible Action and The Aftermath, Marley’s mum shares his struggles and the challenges he faced as he tried to deal with social anxiety. It also exposes the consequences of the action Marley took which had a life changing impact on the family. You will get an insight into the struggles with social anxiety faced by a young person. “Sometimes I wonder how did I end up the way I am? That is, wanting friends but not having any or pushing away people who had tried to befriend me because they were not meeting the expectations in my head of what a friend should be like.” (Excerpt from Chapter Five.)

Our Boys and Girls

Author : Oliver Optic
Publisher :
Page : 1018 pages
File Size : 39,49 MB
Release : 1871
Category :



Author : Akṣapāda
Publisher :
Page : 40 pages
File Size : 22,2 MB
Release :
Category : Reference


BOB MARLEY’S 282 LINES OF TRANCE A short stroll through the long and inspiring life and contributions of pop icon Bob Marley. The singer and his popularization of Jamaican heritage along with inventing his own style of lyrical expression has left him well and immortal. He walks the hall of fame as one of the pioneers of reggae. His songs attain a spiritual dimension in his later career being an amalgam of eastern and western rituals. The songs have a transient nature which is not experienced often in other musicians of his time. This book contains the impulsive quotes from this music maestro of the reggae…